GlenstoneOutside Washington, D.C. Located on 150 acres of landscaped lawns, meadows, and woods, Glenstone houses post–World War II to contemporary masterworks. Glenstone faces a three-acre pond and is situated among monumental outdoor sculpture. The collection is open by appointment. Continue Back
Visitors to Glenstone must first pass through the entry gatehouse, then drive along a maple tree-lined road, passing between two commissioned sculptures by Richard Serra and Tony Smith. The cobblestone entry court, anchored by another Richard Serra piece, has views of the pond and a commissioned Ellsworth Kelly totem sculpture which acts as the site’s fulcrum.